So, I haven’t found similar topic, only about women in resistance in WW2, but I intend this topic to be more general however the story that gave the idea is from WW2. It is the story of Mariya Oktyabrskaya, the Russian woman who had a tank built on her own cost after losing her husband, named the tank Fighting Girlfriend and went to kill some nazis.
Here’s a description of her story, it’s somewhat subjective, but might be a good start: https://museumhack.com/the-fighting-girlfriend/
So, if you know about such stories about individuals or groups of women who took part in actual fighting in any war, they’re welcome.
As important as the contributions of women around the world in this world at war was, whenever I read about the role of women in World War II, my mind always flashes back to the story of Aleda Lutz (one of the most decorated women in the U.S. military). Sadly, she was killed in action.
Women did more than fly biplanes, when I was in Monino the Air Museum near Moscow the Russian guide pointed out to me that in the West only the Night Witches are know. However men flew the biplanes too and women also flew bombers as well as fighers. I have been looking for more info and the guide (who started his career on a Russian copy of the B-29 and he was right). PS Monino is a great place to visit!